Photographer Lewis Hine made two trips to Maine at the beginning of the twentieth century to expose the reality of child labor. See a slideshow of his Maine work.
A public bathroom in Seal Harbor donated by John D. Rockefeller is in danger of falling to pieces.
Arthur T. Walden and his winning chinook sled dog celebrate after a 123-mile race in 1922.
One hundred and fifty years ago, the United States was saved at the Battle of Gettysburg by Maine soldiers.
A new guide shows you how to climb Moosehead Lake’s famed mountain in the footsteps of Thoreau.
Maine and the world’s largest land mammal seem an unlikely pair, but the two share a long, curious history.
How the true story of three lives lost at sea in December 1956 became Maine’s most famous short story.
The War of 1812 was especially cruel to the state of Maine, but some found opportunity and wealth amid the chaos.
A guide to the forts and batteries that saw action in the War of 1812 across Maine.
A paper mill strike punctuates a father’s death in the childhood of a Mexico Maine girl.
For one hundred summers, Pine Island Camp has engaged in a complex battle of deception and strategy.
Writer May Sarton was never fully embraced by York, the Maine town that she loved.